13 Planes Doomed to Die Soon

Planes Doomed to Die Soon

Posted on December 5, 2012 by team


This year Russian has lost some interesting aviation objects. An exposition of planes on Khodynka near Moscow was destroyed, Air Forces Academy in Monino was closed and, finally, a training base of the Moscow Power Engineering Insitute and Moscow Aviation Institute was liquidated as well. We are going to visit the last place today.


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Just recently the planes were strictly guarded by men and dogs. But today there is nobody here. The reason is probably that the territory is being transferred to the space communications center. Their new equipment is already appearing here.

Two fighters MiG-23 are still here.

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13 Responses to “Planes Doomed to Die Soon”

  1. banana says:

    you can sell stuff like that on Ebay. There is a market for this stuff that is jut lying around.

  2. TRex says:

    Having grown up in the Air Force such sights break my heart.

  3. ProudGerman says:

    Everything goes to rust or eaten by moths.

  4. Kilroy Was Here says:

    Such a sad state.

  5. todd says:

    There money to be made there.Sell as scrap metal.
    Down here scrap steel is worth big bucks.

  6. jc says:

    Where is this exactly, I’d like to see this for myself?

    jc_bromley@gmx.com

  7. tom says:

    So sad, so many people behind these machines.

  8. Jeykob says:

    I want to buy one of those planes and make it my life mission to restore it to its former glory.

  9. Azbiyu says:

    I love aviation very much especially helicopter and modern fighter…if I offered and paid for unloading and sorting debris material categories .. I am very interested in doing..

  10. Hansjörg says:

    What a waste of ressources to destroy a MIG-29. Other country still buy them for millions of Dollar!

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